Probation & Warrants
Probation & Warrants Expert
At The Baum Law Corp. we know that having an outstanding warrant can be extremely stressful and disruptive to a healthy productive life. We know that recalling a warrant or having probation re-instated can make a huge difference in the lives of our clients by opening up significant job and life opportunities. The top criminal defense attorneys at The Baum Law Corp. always fight aggressively to get the best possible results for our clients whether we are handling probation violation hearings or recalling a warrant. If you are facing probation violations, outstanding warrants, or desire an expungement of a felony conviction, call The Baum Law Corp. today for a free, confidential consultation!
Probation violations arise when a person who is on either formal or informal probation fails to maintain communication with the probation department, or fails to fulfill one of the terms of probation, such as completing anger management classes, community service, alcohol classes, or commits a new offense. If found to be in violation of probation, you may be sentenced to the maximum jail or prison sentence that could have been imposed for the underlying offense.
The possible penalty for a violation of probation varies from case to case, from county jail to state prison, and/or restitution, court fines, community service, formal or informal probation, and/or parole.
Bench Warrants and Arrest Warrants are the most common types of warrants in California. An arrest warrant is a court order that permits law enforcement to arrest a person. Arrest warrants can be issued when law enforcement suspects an individual of being involved with, or having been involved with, a crime. Once an arrest warrant has been issued, law enforcement has the legal right to detain and arrest the individual in the arrest warrant.
A bench warrant is issued by a judge when an individual fails to appear in court. A bench warrant allows law enforcement to arrest an individual in order to bring them before the judge to appear in court on his/her pending criminal matter.
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The Baum Law Corp. has extensive experience handling probation violations and warrants, throughout California including Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, Santa Barbara County, and Ventura County.
In Los Angeles County, The Baum Law Corp. routinely handles probation violations and warrants cases in:
Airport Court (LAX), Alhambra, Antelope Valley (Lancaster), Antelope Valley Juvenile, Bellfower, Beverly Hills, Burbank, Catalina, Central Arraignment (Bauchet), Compton, Downtown Los Angeles (CCB), Downey, East Los Angeles, Eastlake Juvenile, El Monte, Glendale, Hollywood, Inglewood, Inglewood Juvenile, Long Beach, Malibu, Metropolitan (Hill Street), Newhall, Norwalk, Pasadena, Pomona, Torrance, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita (Valencia), Van Nuys, West Covina, and Whittier.